Monday, May 12, 2008
The beauty of Cosanti and Arcosanti out in Arizona continue to unfold.
This outdoor workshop holds amazing talent, workmanship and possibility for
future environmentalism. This was tucked into my luggage and found yesterday.
I picked it up when there earlier this year.
The following inscription was carved into the student apse at Cosanti.
Done by J.J. Johnson, a silt pile participant in 1968 it reads:
SPIRIT, CALL ME SON THAT I MAY SEEK MYSELF WITHOUT TIRING
DARKNESS, CALL ME BROTHER THAT I MAY NOT FEAR THAT WHICH I SEEK
LIGHT, CALL ME FRIEND THAT I BE NOT ASHAMED BY WHAT I FIND
DEATH, CALL ME GENTLY THAT I MAY ENJOY WHAT I HAVE BEEN.